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Green Lantern Corps: The Lost Army
Cullen Bunn - 2016
Now imagine that you are a Green Lantern. The rest of the Corps is missing, you don't know where you are and there's not a Power Battery to be found for as far as your ring can scan. Where are you? How did you get here? Those are just two of the many questions facing our heroes.Collecting: Green Lantern Corps: Lost Army 1-6, Sneak Peek
Justice League: A Midsummer's Nightmare
Mark WaidJoe Kelly - 1996
Each has forgotten the life in which he or she wore a flamboyant costume and protected the weak with powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men. Even stranger, ordinary people everywhere are gaining their own powers in an insidious plan to cultivate Earth's population as a race of super-soldiers. Graphic novel format.
Suicide Squad: Rebirth #1
Rob WilliamsAlex Sinclair - 2016
War hero. Traitor. Captain Rick Flag was one of America’s greatest military commanders before he was banished to a secret military prison. But after years of isolation, Flag’s life changes forever when a woman called Amanda Waller offers him redemption in exchange for taking on the single most dangerous job in the entire DC Universe: keeping the Suicide Squad alive!
Wonder Woman: Rebirth Deluxe Edition Book 2
Greg Rucka - 2018
That's what Princess Diana--the hero known to the world as Wonder Woman--believed. But she discovered a far darker truth, learning that her entire life and history had been transformed...and it has driven her to madness. Even as her life unravels, sinister forces threaten all she holds dear. No matter how great the trauma, she must continue to fight against the evil and lies that have destroyed her life.With the help of her closest allies--and her greatest enemy, the Cheetah--Diana will put the pieces of her broken mind back together and do battle against her fearsome new foes. Will she defy the will of the gods, save her Amazon sisters and solve the mystery of her own existence once and for all? Or is the cost of the truth too steep for even Wonder Woman to bear?Collects issues #15-25 and stories from WONDER WOMAN ANNUAL #1 and DC HOLIDAY SPECIAL 2017.
Shazam!: A New Beginning
Roy Thomas - 2017
Then a great crisis came that destroyed his world and erased his adventures from history.But even during the grim and gritty era that followed, this force of pure goodness continued to shine through the gloom like the bolt of lightning that strikes whenever young Billy Batson says the magic word...SHAZAM!Then, in 1987, the celebrated saga of the orphaned boy with godlike powers began anew. Under an all-new creative team, DC's Captain Marvel was reimagined as a 15-year-old teenager--one who is fated to grow up much faster than he'd hoped.Arrayed against him are some of the most menacing villains the world has ever seen: Dr. Sivana, a scientific genius as evil as he is intelligent; Captain Nazi, an Aryan ubermensch bent on building a new American reich; and Black Adam, a 5,000-year-old tyrant with the same powers as Captain Marvel and the cold-hearted ambition to rule the world!SHAZAM!: THE NEW BEGINNING 30TH ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION presents the complete Shazam! stories from legendary comics author Roy Thomas, his co-writer and wife Dann Thomas and acclaimed artists Tom Mandrake, Rick Stasi and Rick Magyar. Featuring a new introduction by the author, this special hardcover edition reveals a unique and never-before-reprinted chapter in the history of one of the most beloved and enduring superheroes of all time! Collects SHAZAM!: THE NEW BEGINNING #1-4 and the Captain Marvel stories from ACTION COMICS WEEKLY #623-626.
Seven Soldiers of Victory, Book Two
Grant Morrison - 2011
The Bulleteer, Mister Miracle and Frankenstein are each featured in a story that redefines their purpose in the DC Universe. But their stories also interweave with each other's, telling a grander story of a devastating global threat to mankind. Together, these reluctant champions must work together to save the world from the insidious threat of the invading Sheeda warriors - without even meeting one another.Collecting: Seven Soldiers of Victory 1, Klarion, the Witchboy 4, Mister Miracle 1-4, Zatanna 4, Bulleteer 1-4, Frankerstein 1-4
Bill Willingham - 2004
The Teen Wonder is keeping busy enough in his civilian identity, as Tim Drake must face the challenges of transferring to a new school, taking new classes and making new friends. The rest of his time is taken up as Robin balances fighting crime with Batman's increasingly vigorous training regimens. Things take a distinct turn for the worse when a powerful artifact winds up in the hands of Johnny Warren, a small-time criminal with big plans. Discovering the secret to the device, Warren makes an amazing transformation into the powerful--and murderous--super-villain Johnny Warlock. It's up to Robin to stop Warlock--or die trying.
Talon, Volume 1: Scourge of the Owls
Scott Snyder - 2013
The Talons have always served the mysterious Court of Owls, a group of wealthy individuals who will stop at nothing to maintain their grip on power in Gotham City. When Rose defects from the Talon's ranks, he is marked for death and spends the next few years using all his training to hide from his former masters.After years on the run, Rose finally returns to Gotham City following the horrors of "The Night of Owls." He'll set off to investigate what remains of the Court of Owls, but will he be able to gain his freedom at long last?Collecting: Talon 1-7
Superman: For Tomorrow
Brian Azzarello - 2007
Millions of people have vanished without a trace. No one is left unaffected; not even Superman! But after a year, Superman is left with many questions. For a hero who tries to have all the answers, it's torture. And, just as the action heats up and the stakes are raised, one huge question emerges: Just how far is Superman willing to go "For Tomorrow?"
Batman: Jekyll and Hyde
Paul Jenkins - 2007
With the aid of a mad doctor, Two-Face will attempt to control his "Jekyll and Hyde" syndrome once and for all ... even if it means experimenting on everyone in Gotham -- including the Batman! This book delves into the split personality of the popular Batman villain Two-Face, whose scarred face represents the two halves of his shattered psyche.
Mister Miracle (2017) #1
Tom King - 2017
Scott Free is the greatest escape artist that ever lived. So great that he escaped Granny Goodness’ gruesome orphanage and the dangers of Apokolips to travel across galaxies and set up a new life on Earth with his wife, the former female fury known as Big Barda. Using the stage alter ego of Mister Miracle, he has made a career for himself showing off his acrobatic escape techniques. He even caught the attention of the Justice League, which counted him among its ranks. You might say Scott Free has everything...so why isn’t it enough? Mister Miracle has mastered every illusion, achieved every stunt, pulled off every trick-except one. He has never escaped death. Is it even possible? Our hero is going to have to kill himself if he wants to find out. Written by Tom King (BATMAN) and illustrated by Mitch Gerads (The Punisher), this is a MISTER MIRACLE unlike any you’ve read before.
Shazam! Power of Hope
Paul Dini - 2000
As I begin to explain my problem, he tells me he knew there would be times when I would feel the responsibilities of Captain Marvel weighing heavily on my mind and soul."It is at that time," he tells me, "you must be your strongest. Not only for yourself, but for those who find inspiration in everything Captain Marvel represents.The Wizard reveals he has seen a day when one special child will face despair and look to Captain Marvel for hope. He advises me to be ready. But about the child or when I will meet him, the old man says no more.
The Flash #1
Joshua Williamson - 2016
Just as Barry begins to feel overwhelmed fighting crime, a new speedster debuts—but just where did this amazing new friend come from?FLASH FACT: “2016 is the 60th anniversary of Barry Allen becoming The Flash, and it’s a privilege to be a part of it,” says writer Joshua Williamson. “‘The Return of Barry Allen’ in FLASH #79  is one of my favorite comics of all time. It’s where I became a Flash fan for life.”